MIP: Where Technology meets management
MIP was established in 1979 as a collaboration between Politecnico di Milano - one of the leading technical universities in Europe - and some leading organizations in Italy. The engineering tradition and technology leadership of Politecnico di Milano allow MIP access to up-and-coming technology, to play a key role in innovation and to be at the forefront of company growth and technological investment.
As a consortium, MIP enjoys a privileged relationship with its shareholder companies as well as many important foreign multinationals. Indeed, such partnership is evident throughout the MBA program through regular collaboration with the professional community.
Accreditations and rankings
FT European Business School Rankings 2012: School of Management ranked number 38, Full-time MBA ranked 31.
FT Global MBA Rankings 2011: Full-time MBA ranked 96 in the International Experience category, the MBA was placed at number 10 and at number 24 for the category, Value for Money.
School of Management is EQUIS accredited
Espansione 2012: MIP MBA Programme ranked as one of the best in the world, with over 70% of the graduate class finding work within 3 months of graduation and a post-graduate starting salary of 75,000 dollars American (http://www.cnnexpansion.com/tablas/2012/01/31/mejores-mba-del-mundo-2012).
Global degrees for a global village
MIPs MBA programmes are highly international, with around 70% of the full-time class being international, as well as a significant proportion of the faculty. They are aimed at young talents seeking experience in international markets and a hands-on learning experience. Teaching methodologies are highly interactive, engaging participants in company seminars, real business cases and in-company consulting projects and focus on 4 fundamental elements: analytical approach to problem solving, innovation and technology, interpersonal and soft skills, and collaboration with our wide company network. Participants are able to attend some modules abroad under the International Exchange Program held in conjunction with our partner business schools around the world.
The International Full-time MBA is a 14-month, full-time program beginning in May each year. It is held in entirely in English and is composed of an 11-month classroom chapter and a 3-month full-time working project (Project Work). The school focuses on 4 fundamental elements: analytical approach to problem solving, innovation and technology, interpersonal and soft skills, and corporate collaboration and wide company network, which are also taught in the schools part-time format of the program.
The International Part-time MBA is a 22-month program that begins in September each year. Completely taught in English, the program seeks to provide an option for European students looking to combine a formal MBA education, alongside work responsibilities. The opportunity for students to combine their part-time studies whilst continuing to work will allow for direct application of the knowledge and skills learnt into the working environment. The program is delivered on from Friday to Sunday one weekend a month, in addition to a 1 week-long full immersion course to be conducted in each calendar year of the program.
Concentrations in: Finance, Global Business & Management, Design & Luxury Management, Entrepreneurship & Innovation, Marketing and Energy Management.
Students in the Full-time MBA have the opportunity to work alongside key stakeholders in important organizations, challenging themselves in real-life business situations and in-company consulting projects. The small class size of the MBA allows personalized attention, in particular, Career Service representatives offer a unique service working with individual candidates and these key stakeholders in order to understand the requirements of each and find the most suitable matches for in-company projects and placement.
Personal Development activities helps students of both the Full-time and Part-time MBA to improve their soft skills, such as of interpersonal and leadership skills, cultural sensibility, effective communication, public speaking and negotiation skills and, above all, to help students to reflect on their own personal attitudes and cultural values which influence their behaviour and relationships.